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  • America is fat and sloppy and amoral.†   (source)
  • Someone implied that she was amoral.†   (source)
  • He is the totally amoral man and I respect him for that.†   (source)
  • Evenings when Yossarian felt horny he brought Nurse Duckett to the beach with two blankets and enjoyed making love to her with most of their clothes on more than he sometimes enjoyed making love to all the vigorous bare amoral girls in Rome.†   (source)
  • We'd been friends in school, but when I told her I was engaged, she said that Valentine was selfish and hateful, that his charm masked a terrible amorality.†   (source)
  • You grew up to believe that moral laws bear no relation to the job of living, except as an impediment and threat, that man's existence is an amoral jungle where anything goes and anything works.†   (source)
  • He looked at the door with a sensation of malevolent triumph at the thought of all those voices being defeated by the innocuous figure of his secretary, a young man expert at nothing but the art of evasion, which he practiced with the gray, rubber limpness of the amoral.†   (source)
  • She must have taken it almost from under her father's nose (it was a small store and he was his own clerk and from any point in it he could see any other point) with that amoral boldness, that affinity for brigandage of women, but more likely, or so I would like to think, by some subterfuge of such bald and desperate transparence concocted by innocence that its very simplicity fooled him.†   (source)
  • He was amoral—pagan.†   (source)
  • Well," he said, "there have been cases—not mine, thank God—where the patient didn't become cheerfully extroverted but became completely and cheerfully amoral."†   (source)
  • …would be, could not but be else I must deny sanity as well as breath, running, hurling myself into that inscrutable coffee-colored face, that cold implacable mindless (no, not mindless: anything but mindless. his own clairvoyant will tempered to amoral evil's undeviating absolute by the black willing blood with which be had crossed it) replica of his own which he had created and decreed to preside upon his absence, as you might watch a wild distracted nightbound bird flutter into the…†   (source)
  • He saw that no provision had been made for him, or for Nicole, in Mrs. Speers' plans—and he saw that her amorality sprang from the conditions of her own withdrawal.†   (source)
  • He understood that "idle or sinful"—which was bad enough as an alternative—was no alternative at all, that the two coincided, and that to say something was spiritually and intellectually "hopeless" was merely the amoral way of saying it was "forbidden."†   (source)
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